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Going on Safari? Pack These!
July 21st, 2011

I’ve been blogging a lot about safari’s and Africa lately. I’m getting very excited about potentially heading to Uganda in the spring/summer, and I am realizing a lot of the questions that travelers may have about visiting Africa and planning a safari. cover custodia case iphone 11 O6493 dark vador wallpaper 14kT4 I thought I’d […]

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Uganda’s Many Sides
July 19th, 2011

When I tell people that I am planning to visit Uganda this year, I’ll admit that often their first response is something along the lines of “where’s that”? I’ll also admit that when I first started studying it, I had to look it up on a map to find it’s exact location in East Africa. […]

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Why I Went to Zimbabwe
July 22nd, 2010

My most recent blogs have featured destinations that most others aren’t – either destinations I’ve visited, or want to, that I feel are worth sharing with others. kawaii licorne Last year, I went to southern Africa for 16 days and I couldn’t pass up the chance to go to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls can […]

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Africa’s Largest Island
July 18th, 2010

Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island, located in the Indian Ocean approximately 500 kilometers from Mozambique. This African nation carries a bit of a mystique, perhaps due to its location and incredible wildlife, many species which are indigenous to the island. If you’ve seen images of Madagascar on television or in movies, you’ve most […]

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Destination of the Week – Cape Town
July 6th, 2009

A bustling harbor front, a downtown steeped in history and Table Mountain as a backdrop, Cape Town seems like a world unto itself. Throw in 761 kilometers of Garden route filled with wine country, coastal scenery, wildlife parks and outdoor activities and you could easily spend several weeks exploring this region. Spend the first day […]

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A Little Bit of Mist
July 2nd, 2009

A Little Bit of Mist Victoria Falls was not a stop originally on our itinerary, but upon learning that it was our best option for reaching Chobe, we decided it was the perfect opportunity to add in an overnight and see the falls. I have been to Niagara quite a few times and visited Iguazu […]

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Close Encounters of the Elephant Kind
July 2nd, 2009

To access the Chobe area in northern Botswana, it’s easiest to fly into either Livingston, Zambia or Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. We chose Zimbabwe for two reasons. coque samsung First, the visa requirements were less stringent – you can get a visa upon arrival for Victoria Falls, where as you need one ahead of time (or […]

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Disney Land Meets Las Vegas… In Africa
July 2nd, 2009

The first stop on our trip was in Sun City, South Africa. cover custodia case iphone 11 T7498 goku wallpaper 24lR7 Tshirt pokemon Every year the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) holds and International Destination Expo (IDE) in a different region of the world to educate travel agents on that region through educational seminars […]

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If At First You Don’t Succeed…
July 2nd, 2009

On Saturday, March 7th we eagerly loaded up our luggage on the shuttle from the Comfort Inn for the five minute ride to JFK airport (we’d taken a transfer up the night before and stayed overnight). cover iphone 11 elder scroll online We knew we were going to be early, but hoped we’d be able […]

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Putting on My Adventure Hat
July 2nd, 2009

In four days I will depart on what I anticipate to be possibly the most exciting trip I have ever taken. cover custodia case iphone 11 J7829 wallpaper anime 71bL6 Custodia Cover iphone 11 pro max hawkeye cartoon marvel Z0918 Case It was certainly one of the most challenging to plan. cover iphone 11 pokemon […]

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